- Practice Recap -
Oregon State is replacing the front seven from last year's stout defense. And at least for one day on Monday, it looked like it.
The quarterbacks, led by Lyle Moevao, were generally on target. Sammie Stroughter hauled in passes short, deep and in traffic. Shane Morales, who has looked sharp from the opening whistle of the spring session, once again stung the defense. It was Sam Oltman who turned in the play of the day, however, with a full extension dive on the final snap on Day Four.
Safety Bryan Payton was among the few bright spots for the D on Monday, with the lone interception of the afternoon. Payton has had at least one pick every day through the first four practices.
CB Keenan Lewis was absent from practice due to personal issues but is expected back soon.
- Articles -
- Gazette Times - Patience necessary as Perry continues to mend | Blog notes
- Portland Trib - OSU Football
- Riley says -
On the plan to scrimmage Friday - ""The problem with a scrimmage is, that's pretty much your day," he says. "I may just decide we'll do some work on fundamental stuff."
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The Spring Game and FeverFest is Sat., May 3 at 1 p.m. FeverFest includes the full Fan Fair at Parker Plaza. Advanced tickets are available at the legendary Gill Coliseum ticket office for $5 or at the Reser Stadium south ticket office booths on game-day.